Compass4D Deployment

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1 Compass4D Deployment

2 Bordeaux Pilot Site

3 Project presentation The European project Compass4D focuses on services which will : Increase drivers safety and comfort Have a positive impact on the local environment - By reducing the number and severity of road accidents, - By avoiding queues and traffic jams. - By reducing vehicles CO2 emissions and fuel consumption. 3

4 Compass4D: vision and main goals > Demonstrate the positive cost-benefit of C-ITS, > Services remain operational after the end of the project, > Become a reference model for other cities, > Raise public awareness and user acceptance, > Support international cooperation and standardization.

5 Project presentation The Bordeaux pilot site is managed by two traffic management and control centres: Alienor for the inter-urban, for the urban which work very closely with Public Transport management centre The urban pilot is located in an area with heavy traffic : Because of the large infrastructure and a large commercial zone, The circulation is difficult, both for cars and delivery trucks. 5

6 Project presentation - For Bordeaux Pilot site, 4 partners worked together in order to deploy Compass4D : - From January 2013, the Bordeaux team have to implement : GLOSA Green Light Optimal Speed Advice Idling stop support Emergency Vehicle Alert Road Hazard Warning services 6

7 Partner s tasks repartition - Manage the urban site, - Adapt the software needed for the Bordeaux site, and install the urban road side units (RSU), 24 on-board units (OBU) in light vehicles and 6 in emergency vehicles. Bordeaux - Equip the ring road with RSU s from 3 providers, - Equip 10 vehicles with OBU s from 2 providers, - Manage the inter urban pilot site. - Provide On Board Units, - Provide 5,9 GHz antennas, - Provide Road Side Units. - Equip vehicles with home made OBU s and manage 40 operational trucks belonging to different transport companies. 7

8 Project planning Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8 Q9 Q10 Q11 Q12 Architecture Specifications Implementation Installation Check Pilot (1 year) Data collect Analyzes Results Communication 8

9 Project planning Step 1 : architecture specifications DATEX II events Trafic lights timing Sagase / TIPI (event source) Geoloc Systems Platform Gertrude stream Road Side Unit (RSU) ITS G5 (802.11p) Road Side Unit (RSU) Road Side Unit (RSU) On Board Units (OBU) User interface 9

10 Project planning Step 2 : installation in vehicles Cooperative ITS messages p Embedded Compass4D Secured wifi link to OBU On-Board Unit 2 examples Wire links between OBU & antennas Antennas p/ GNSS / 3G 10

11 Project planning Step 2 : Roadside Units preparation 11

12 Project planning Step 2 : Roadside Units implementation 12

13 Project planning Step 2 : Roadside Units Locations 13

14 Project planning Step 3 : software evolutions 2014 Emergency Vehicle Warning GLOSA Stop/Start Idling Road Events

15 Compass4D : to summarize The system does appear to have an effect on the larger vehicles, with some substantial reductions seen for the trucks/buses across the different sites, The system also appears to work better when the vehicles are moving. Within Thessaloniki the system caused an emission reduction for vehicles which spent less than 50% of their time stopped, The system would have good individual impact but bad global effect with low penetration rate. Simulation let appears very good effect if more than 60% of the traffic flow is equiped In Summary: The system appears to perform better with heavier vehicles, and hence would be suitable for roads which see heavy buses, rather than inner city streets which may be dominated by lighter vehicles so long the penetration rate in not enough.

16 Compass4D : a success story thanks to > Key stakeholders engagement and effective international collaboration, > Realistic identification of barriers, opportunities and solutions, > Proven benefits for different stakeholders types : * Public Buses: better keep time schedules, lower emissions, * Heavy Good Vehicles: more fluid traffic, lower emissions, * Emergency Services: less stops, improved work conditions, quicker interventions, increased safety, * Taxis: more fluid traffic, improved work conditions, quicker journeys for (more) clients, increased safety, * Private cars: more fluid traffic, quicker and less stressful journeys, increased safety. > Prospective business and use cases.

17 ITS French deployment prospects Main title National actions for : Traveller and driver information Develop traffic information, namely : Institutional services, Road safety related real-time information services, Road safety related information about safe and secure parking for trucks, Other services provided by operators and private sectors. Support traffic information development : Network priorisation, Quality reference values, National strategy for road information, Recommended architectures. Generalise multimodal information and improve ITS quality Provide a framework for transportation data re-use

18 ITS French deployment prospects Main title National actions for : Innovation and new technologies Experiment cooperative systems In order to better assess costs/benefits and business models. Develop the contribution of ITS To the reduction of energy consumption, To the reduction of CO2 emissions, For other environmental impacts of transport. Assess the impact on : Road safety of drivers distraction and promote research, Standards and specifications to avoid dangerous effects of the multiplication of on board devices in cars.

19 Project Main title Deployment of connected vehicles and 300 Roadside Units throughout France including Bordeaux, Up to 45 Road Side Units on the ring road of Bordeaux and beyong C-ITS security management, Potential mutualisation of the C-ITS platforms. Patrol and Flashlight trailers equiped

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